Hey any of you use one of the new 18v impact drivers that everyone seems to be making now? I have a Ryobi lithium set and am contemplating getting the impact driver to go along with it for small jobs on the jeep. You got any input?
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They are great. I work at the Depot and I used one to help assemble our parade float last week. It was the same one you are talking about. A lot of people give Ryobi a bad name, but I think their power tools are some of the best for the money.
No experience with the new 18v impact, but I did have a 3/8 drive electric Ryobi when I worked on cars. Worked great, lasted longer than my snap-on impact... No problems with Ryobi here. I am glade you posted this though, I have been thinking about getting an electric 3/8 and 1/2 impact rather than go through the trouble of hooking up an air tank, compressor, water seperator, oiler etc. in my garage
they are handy, and work great. but they don't replace air impacts. less than half the power.
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